One in four Britons skip meals due to inflation, survey shows

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LONDON (Reuters) – The cost-of-living squeeze in Britain has led to two in three people in the country turning off their heating, almost half are driving less or changing supermarkets and just over a quarter say they have skipped meals, a survey showed. Among people on lower incomes, one in three people say they have missed meals recently because of the surge in inflation, polling firm Ipsos said on Tuesday. Concern about inflation is at a 30-year high and most Britons expect to see increases in the costs of essentials over the next six months, it said. “Given the economic forecasts there may …

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